How to Import Vector Props and Add Render Style in Cartoon Animator 4 Without Adobe Flash!
A 38 minute (approx) video tutorial by TET showing you how to save vector images from Inkscape as WMF files, convert them to SWF with Kvec using both the Windows GUI and Command line versions of the app for importing into Reallusion's Cartoon Animator 4. Then I show just how easy it is to make your vector images compatible with Cartoon Animator's Render Styles system.
I also give you some tips for creating your vector props so they are more likely to import correctly into Cartoon Animator. This download includes all the image files I use in the tutorial, including my finished Render Style prop.
I've also included all versions of Kvec for your convenience (also just in case the Kvec website disappears as it looks very unsupported due to it being an old app from 2010).
IMPORTANT: You're not paying for Kvec which is FREEWARE. You're paying for my tutorial video and supporting image files. Kvec can be downloaded for free from their website (www.kvec.de) if you'd prefer.
Included Files: lil_ferrari.png (Original Bitmap Prop by TET), lil-farrari-manual-trace-inkscape.svg (Original Inkscape prop file used in tutorial), lil-farrari-manual-trace-inkscape.wmf (Same file as previous saved as .WMF), lil-farrari-manual-trace-inkscape.swf (Converted flash Vector file saved from Kvec file converter), lil Ferrari Inkscape.ctProp (Cartoon Animator Prop Version with Render Styles already applied), KK-Software: Kvec Raster to Vector Convertor.zip (Zip file containing all versions of Kvec and documentation downloaded from the Kvec website), Tutorial Video: How to Import Vector Props into Cartoon Animator.mp4 (38 minute tutorial video by TET), License.txt